STEM Engineering Innovation at Lakeville North High School offers unique courses in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Students will learn the fundamentals of manufacturing, engineering and design technology. Students will start in an introductory course and advance their way through higher-skilled courses, culminating in a capstone project during their senior year that reflects all the skills they’ve learned.
Students will be trained in the various areas of equipment and processes:
Other equipment may be incorporated into the class as it becomes available.
Lakeville North High School Engineering Innovation Pathway provides students opportunities to explore interests, skill sets, and career options through a variety of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) experiences. Courses are grounded in collaboration and real-world experiences that prepare students for career certification, 2 year and 4 year post-secondary options. Students will learn to collaborate using the engineering design process while utilizing a large variety of new technological equipment.
What is STEM?
STEM education is an approach to teaching and learning that integrates the content and skills of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the classroom. STEM Standards of Practice guide STEM instruction by defining the combination of behaviors, integrated with STEM content, which are expected of a proficient STEM student. These behaviors include engagement in inquiry, logical reasoning, collaboration, and investigation. The goal of STEM education is to prepare students for post-secondary study and the 21st century workforce.
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